Great Weekend Reads in Photography & Filmmaking

Posted by on Friday August 31, 2018 | Media

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“I am too fond of reading books to care to write them.” 
― Oscar Wilde


Journalism Is in Big Trouble – AFP

A Deep Dive with the Nikon Z7 Engineers – Imaging Resource

Back in the Days – Aperture

Instagram’s Boundary-Pushing Documentary Photographers – Vice

40 Photography Movies Every Photographer Should Watch – Resource

The Redemption Arc of a YouTube Sensation – The Verge

Giving Your Clients the Personal Touch – Rangefinder

Capturing a Genocide, with a Cell Phone – New York Times

Tackling Tough Topics with Sensitivity – Real Screen

What Is Criticism Anyway? – Conscientious Photographer

How Burning Man Is the Art World’s Utopia – My Modern Met

Soulful Images of Animals Saved from Slaughter – Feature Shoot

The Odd World of Cave Tourism – PDN

Hollywood Casting and the Patriarchy – Filmmaker

Lost Art of the Album Cover, or When I Thought an Ass Was a Knee – Guardian

The Black Arts, Magic & Chemistry, of Early Photography – NRO

A Refuge for Recovering Addicts, and a Photographer – Washington Post

Listen to the Tress – Duck Rabbit

How a Kentucky Optician Became an Art Photo Icon – Herald Ledger

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